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it is given that no of groups in a block=maximum no. of electrons can be occupied in the respective subshell . i cant understana so plz explain this

Asked by prasaddhurjati 14th September 2015, 6:04 PM
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Answer:

S-block consists of two groups.

That means in any period, there are two electrons which can fit in s shell.

Hence, from 2 to 7 periods, there are two groups in every periods for s-block.

Similarly, there are 10 groups for d-block as 10 electrons can occupy d-block.

Also, in the same way, there are 6 groups in p block as total 6 electrons can occupy p subshells.

Answered by Expert 14th September 2015, 6:36 PM
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